We are located near to Junction 11 of the M5, Hatherley Lane, Cheltenham, in the heart of the Hatherley and Reddings community.
The Pavilion is the home of C3 Church, a not-for-profit charitable company and has been extensively renovated. Built originally in remembrance of Sir George Dowty as the Dowty Sports and Social Club, it is now a multi-purpose venue, very popular for community events, sports, business meetings, conference and staff training courses. The Pavilion is fully accessible to those with a disabled with a lift to the first floor. Please note that the Pavilion is not available for hire for large private parties of any sort.
DUE TO THE CURRENT GOVERNMENT COVID-19 REGULATIONS THE PAVILION WILL NOT OPEN FOR TRAINING COURSES UNTIL OCTOBER 2020 For all other bookings please check the Government Covid-19 Regulations that relate to your activity or contact us via email.
We have made the Pavilion as Covid-19 secure as possible with Hand Sanitizer available throughout the building, a one way system in place, limiting the numbers using toilets and asking that customers wear a face mask in all the public areas of the building. We have also limited our room capacities to comply with the current Government social distancing requirements. If you would like to know more about our Covid-19 safety policies and procedures please contact us.
The Pavilion are pleased to be able to support the work of two local charities, Gloucestershire Young Carers and The Butterfly Garden
Gloucestershire Young Carers is a registered charity that supports children and young people affected by a family member’s physical or mental ill-health, disability or substance misuse. They provide a range of services for young carers and their families, which helps them to reach their potential and minimise the physical and emotional impact of caring, while promoting health and well being. For more information, please visit http://www.glosyoungcarers.org.uk
The Butterfly garden is an educational, therapeutic and recreational scheme, based initially on gardening, but now offering so much more. It is a project for people of all ages dealing with disablement of any kind. It caters for those looking to escape the world, those looking to re-enter it and some, who are still just looking. Its doors are open to anyone without obligation. Broadly our aims are to offer diverse, stimulating and purposeful opportunity to people dealing with disablement of any kind. Delivering a service which offers education, recreation and therapy, in a cocktail that the individual finds comfortable. We welcome and value all. Our objective is to create a unit that is safe, reliable and self sustaining. For more information please visit http://http://www.thebutterflygarden.org